How to make baby wipes! | DIY BABY WIPES

Here’s how to make your personal Baby wipes for about 1/4 the price of retail. All-natural, too!
P R O D U C T S U S E D:
Storage Containers (additionally BPA free):
Fiora Paper Towels
Burt’s Bees Shampoo (pure elements, tear free and secure for infants)
Burt’s Bees Body Oil (all pure and secure for infants)
Coconut Oil:
Distilled Water

M E A S U R E M E N T S:
1/2 paper towel roll in a 64oz container
1 Tbs. coconut oil
1 squirt Baby shampoo
1 squirt Baby oil
2 cups distilled water

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47 thoughts on “How to make baby wipes! | DIY BABY WIPES”

  1. Kathryn, I've been an avid fan of your channel for a few years now! I know this is an old video but I just wanted to say thank you for sharing your money saving tips to other mums. I enjoyed your recent video on making Clorox wipes too, which is so useful now during the coronavirus crisis. I made a video about how I make reusable baby wipes and other DIY baby things for my kids. I thought it might be helpful to people watching this video too. It's here: https://youtu.be/GLo3vAGCZLU

  2. Pro tip. If you put a half teaspoon of baking soda unit it dissolves completely it gets rid of all smells completely on the area you are wiping for maximum freshness 😉

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  4. Distilled water's lack of nutrients can cause it to leach chemicals from the container it's stored in. If you plan to use the water immediately, most containers will do fine, but for long-term storage it's best to use glass or high-quality stainless steel. 😊

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